University of Otago Open Access Publishing Survey Results (including Maori ethnicity results)

2017-05-29T00:50:29Z (GMT) by Richard White Melanie Remy
***This is a special version of our original report with additional sub-analysis for those respondents who identified Maori as one of their ethnicities.

Abstract: Researchers at the University of Otago are ambivalent about Open Access: in principle they strongly support open access to research literature but their behaviours are driven by the practicalities of cost and publication venue.

This document reports the results of a survey carried out in 2015 of University of Otago researchers as to their attitudes towards and behaviours in relation to open access publishing. This version of the report includes a sub-analysis of respondents who selected Maori ethnicity.